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Welcome to Clackamas County Parks
Enjoy beautiful scenery for a weekend trip or just an afternoon visit. Clackamas County Parks offer opportunities for camping, picnicking, river access for fishing or rafting, hiking or just relaxing.

Boring Station Trailhead Park
Boring Station Trailhead Park is a welcome pit-stop, servicing walkers, runners, riders, and others utilizing a section of the Springwater Corridor Trail.

Employment and Volunteer Opportunities
Do you like working with people? How about enjoying the fresh Oregon outdoors while you're at it? There may be something for you in one of our parks!

Event Planning
Plan your next event at a Clackamas County Park

Parks Advisory Board
Notices:

County Park Rules
Rules for the County Parks

Springwater Corridor Trail
Rugg Road to Dee Street

County Parks & Forest Staff
Full-time staff to help you with your questions...

Boat Ramps
List of boat ramps owned by Clackamas County Parks

Reservations
There are a couple of options for making a reservation in a Clackamas County Park facility

Barlow Wayside Park
Newly created walking trails leads visitors through majestic forest habitat, representative of the western Cascades.

Camping
Camping is available at the following parks:

Day Use
Family Reunion? Company Picnic? Outdoor Wedding? Clackamas County has a place for you! Each park offers something different, so there are plenty of options to choose from for your event.

Madrone Wall Concept Site Plan
The Madrone Wall site, also known as the Hardscabble Quarry, is an approximately 44 acre site situated on State Highway 224 southeast of Carver. The site is currently not open to the public.

Barton Park
Barton Park has camping and day use facilities. Located on the Clackamas River.

Boones Ferry Marina
Plentiful parking and a public boat launch make this park an ideal location for boating, fishing, picnics or a day in the sun.

Carver Park
Carver Park offers 12 acres of wooded and native planted grounds with a boat launch for your enjoyment. Amenities include a concrete two-lane boat ramp, flush toilets and a large vehicle/trailer parking lot.

Eagle Fern Park
Surrounded by old growth forest, Eagle Fern Park is the perfect place to take in the natural beauty of Oregon, hike trails or have an outdoor wedding in the large A-frame picnic area.

Feyrer Park
Spend a day or a week in this little gem-of-a-park. This smaller park has 20 treed campsites with a bubbling creek to soak tired feet.

Hebb Park
Water activities of all types can be viewed and enjoyed at Hebb Park. This 13-acre wooded park is available on a first-come, first-served basis for boating, fishing, easy hiking, picnics or a day in the sun. Hebb Park features a boat ramp, dock and restrooms.

Metzler Park
Metzler Park is the place to get away from the hustle & bustle of town. A suspension bridge crosses Clear Creek and takes you to trails that guide you through the beautiful woods.